Designing Demand Response Programs in New England to Achieve Air Quality Benefits
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AbstractA close study finds that significant emission reductions could result from additional DR capacity in New England if that capacity were used to meet operating reserve requirements. But potential reductions in NOx and SO2 could be lost as plants that operated less sold allowances to other plants.

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